Zak Stemer rounds up the best ways to spend your off days, from standup shows to scary stories
Have you ever dreamed of creating a mural, but lack the artistic ability? Or wanted to discourage offensive graffiti in a kind way?
Will you take home The Golden Triangle’s restored “Humphrey” chair or Eva Quateman Interiors’ “Lola Lounge Chair?”
There are two kinds of people in this world: Those who stick to clean lines and opulent finishes, and those who make the bold move for bright colors and playful contours. (OK maybe that’s a bit specific, but in our world it's accurate.)
Zak Stemer rounds up the best ways to spend your off days, from fashion fêtes to bass-blasting bars
Well, we made it one day before showing you this couture seat. Inspired by Coco Chanel’s illustrious Paris apartment, the “31 rue Cambon” chair by Kelly Hurliman Design is the touch of refinement that every space could use. Also, when do we not need Chanel in our lives?
The 8th annual Chairs for Charity event is just a week away and we’ve got your first peek at the spectacular seating selections. Sixteen designers’ one-of-a-kind chairs will be modishly featured for auction Oct. 3 and the artists are bringing their A-game this year – so it’s only right we share a glimpse of what to expect.
Zak Stemer rounds up the best ways to spend your off days, from foodie fests to boozy block parties
It may not be as well-known as “David Copperfield” or “Oliver Twist” (or as beloved as “A Christmas Carol”), but “Hard Times” — the industrial revolution indictment Charles Dickens issued in 1854 — is full of memorable characters and compelling plot points. And while it’s not as easy a read as some of the author’s other works, it sure struck a chord with Lookingglass Theatre’s...
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